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  • Englewood Whole Foods backing local products

    Englewood Whole Foods backing local products
    Renee Diaz makes whole-wheat tortillas from scratch in her Bridgeport kitchen, using a recipe passed down from her grandmother. One day, she hopes to sell them at Whole Foods. Diaz and dozens of others headed to the first of three workshops run by...
  • Native Brewing Co. has eye on Fort Lauderdale

    Native Brewing Co. has eye on Fort Lauderdale
    Adam Fine isn't a newcomer to the craft beer movement. The Fort Lauderdale native has been selling his Native Lager and Glades Pale Ale beers for years at local pubs and shops. But he doesn't have a place to brew them, not in South Florida at least....
  • When did Baltimore become so chic?

    When did Baltimore become so chic?
    I grew up here, so I'm allowed to say this: Baltimore is not known for being "cool." We're not Manhattan with its Broadway shows and billionaires. We're not Los Angeles with its sunshine and celebrities. Heck, we're not even D.C. with shiny politicians,...
  • Pines hosts annual pumpkin carving contest

    Pines hosts annual pumpkin carving contest
    Non-traditional designs were the big winners at the third annual Ghoulish Guardians Pumpkin Carving Contest, recently staged at the Pembroke Pines Community Garden. Judges choose the most innovative pumpkin carvings in four categories: ages 6-12, 13-...
  • Troy Wolverton: Apple Pay is great, at stores that accept it

    When Apple Pay launched Monday, my editors decided I needed to go shopping. I didn't have to be asked twice. In fact, I felt like a teenager set loose in a mall with a parent's credit card. Now I just needed to find some places that took my peculiar form...
  • See how Apple Pay works in stores

    See how Apple Pay works in stores
    You're now able to use your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones to pay for transactions at thousands of shops across the nation. More than 220,000 stores are accepting Apple Pay, including Bloomingdale's, McDonald's, Panera Bread and Whole Foods Market,...
  • Blotter: Theft suspect surrenders in Deerfield

    Blotter: Theft suspect surrenders in Deerfield
    The following were taken from police reports. A Lindenhurst man, 18, turned himself in Oct. 9 and was charged with retail theft from Whole Foods, 760 Waukegan Road. A Waukegan woman, 32, was charged with driving on a suspended registration and a...
  • Letter: Talaria is a gift to the Cusumanos

    The recent news that the Burbank City Council gave its nascent approval for the Talaria project is more than sad. With the exception of Mayor David Gordon, who completely gets it, the remainder of the council are a simple and sorry excuse for city...
  • Founder: Whole Foods 'can't sit still'

    These are interesting times for Whole Foods Market. Long the national leader in the natural and organic foods industry and long a darling of investors, thanks to its consistent earnings performance the Austin, Texas-based grocer has in recent months...
  • Instacart pushes further north with Sunset Foods

    Instacart pushes further north with Sunset Foods
    Instacart, an online service that delivers groceries from local stores, is adding Sunset Foods to its lineup on Tuesday as it tries to attract more customers in the northern suburbs as part of its rapid expansion in the Chicago area.  Instacart hires...
  • Apple reports 12.7% profit growth, launches Apple Pay

    Apple reports 12.7% profit growth, launches Apple Pay
    Apple Inc. finished off its year in a big way, reporting a standout fourth quarter thanks to strong sales of iPhones and Macs. The Cupertino, Calif., company reported Monday that net profit rose 12.7% to $8.5 billion for the three months that ended...